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Purrfect.

This morning I woke up at 6 a.m. to a rumbling sound from my chest. Groggy from a late night, I went to give Tom a little push off my chest when I realised that I wasn’t at home, but rather at our friend greg’s house outside of New Haven, Connecticut. The rumbling sound was actually a very loud purr; it was Sybil and she decided to be a friendly native and make the houseguest feel welcome.

This is Sybil. She enjoys basking in the sun, eating grass from the lawn, staying within the confines of the property and eating an occasional chipmunk head. When asked “Why chipmunks?” she told me that they are lower in fat.

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  1. I couldn’t live without cats, or at least one, in my life at all times. I currently have a tiger female who was very protective of my when the husband first came into my life and who has now embraced him completely. Through the great times and the hard times of my life, cats have stood with me and gotten me through.

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